Minnesota State Academy for the Blind
|Minnesota State Academy for the Blind|
|Color(s)||Maroon and Gold
|Website||Minnesota State Academy for the Blind Website|
Minnesota State Academy for the Blind (MSAB) (formerly known as the Braille and Sight Saving School) is a public school in Faribault, Minnesota. Its mission is the education and life education of blind, visually impaired, and deaf-blind learners from birth to age 21. The school has a residential program and provides 24-hour programming including Braille, independent travel, assistive technologies, and individualized educational services. Students often have multiple disabilities and come from all regions of the state.
The Minnesota Braille and Talking Book Library is an extension of the Academy for the Blind. It serves people of all ages everywhere in Minnesota with a collection of hundreds of thousands of items. It is funded by the state and federal governments.
- Official Web site
- Placeography article on Minnesota State Academy for the Blind (Minnesota Historical Society wiki)
- Minnesota Braille and Talking Book Library
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